Contributed by Ronel Principe

In the unpredictable world of showbiz, having a fallback is crucial. Ayah Alfonso, while pursuing her acting career, wisely focuses on her restobar business, Monster Crave Restobar, as a safety net. She acknowledges the challenges of juggling both, saying, “It’s hard to balance showbiz and business, but everything has to be balanced.”

Ayah’s journey began in 2016 as a model, gracing print ads, billboards, and even the FHM calendar. While embracing her sensuality, she maintains versatility, as seen in her “wholesome” role in Director Joel Lamangan’s Sisid Marino. Expressing her admiration for the director, she says, “It is an honor for me to work with Director Joel.”

Ayah aspires to challenge herself with roles that contrast her gentle appearance, stating, “My dream role is to have someone cry and be the villain.” She’s also excited about her upcoming Vivamax movie, Himas, directed by Christian Paolo Lat, which she considers her “sexiest movie.”

Beyond showbiz, Ayah’s passion lies in her restobar, ensuring affordable and enjoyable food for everyone. She emphasizes the importance of trust in business, stating, “In business you must also have someone you trust. Nothing is difficult, we just need to know our priorities in life and what our goals are.”

Ayah is eager for the release of “Himas,” set to premiere on Vivamax on May 24. Directed by Christian Paolo Lat, the movie also stars JM Abellera, Felix Roco, and Sahara Bernales.

Beyond acting, Ayah’s resto-bar is a passion project, offering a menu of affordable and popular dishes that cater to the masses. She ensures that every guest enjoys both the delicious food and the welcoming atmosphere of the establishment.

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